First of all, James Franco is a PhD candidate at Yale. Just let that sink in for a sec. http://entertainment.time.com/2013/05/22/as-i-lay-dying-james-franco-does-william-faulkner/ Secondly, he has a good point in that article, saying that any movie of a book is that director/screenwriter’s critique or interpretation of the book and should be seen as an adaptation. I think that’s… Continue reading settling the book v. movie war… once and for all… please!
“But I’m caught in between the now and the not yet Sometimes it feels like forever and ever That I’ve been reaching to be all that I am But I’m only a few steps nearer Yet I’m nearer” – Pam Mark Hall wrote this song, recorded by Amy Grant. it’s a good one. I went… Continue reading the now and the not yet
Or I should say, a culturally, socially and morally responsible adult who realizes the profound impact the television and movie industries have had on their upbringing and personal relevance to modern society. Meaning… here are things that Robin loves… not necessarily in this order. Star Wars Trilogy Why? Obvious really. Note I said trilogy. And don’t… Continue reading Things a good parent has watched with their children
Wait, I mean, The Dark Knight Rises. So here is the much anticipated Robin Jester movie review… Now that I’ve seen the movie twice, I feel prepared to finish my thoughts here and publish. So here goes. Spoilers, needless to say, are within… all over the place. First off, and I feel this is important… Continue reading a movie review: bane rises
I mean “malady” has the word “lady” in it, people! Why are we still so bitter about women? Heres what I mean… The most recent Snow White depicts, quite well I might add, the frustration of a once gorgeous woman afraid of aging and withering away. The age-old (pun intended) struggle of women for meaning… Continue reading Aging, evil stepmothers, pretty girls who can’t act and other maladies of women